FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- Monday's sunny outlook and 48-degree highs should be mild enough to melt any remaining snow piles, continuing a warming trend, though no match for the weekend's record-breaker.
Sunday’s high temperature was 63 degrees in Bridgeport, breaking the old record of 61 degrees set in 1997, according to the National Weather Service.
There will be no signs of winter for the remainder of the week, either.
For the rest of Presidents Day, high pressure will build into the region and continue to Tuesday, which will start out sunny, then clouds will increase throughout the day, the Weather Service said.
Tuesday's high will be only around 40, with wind chill values from 25 to 35.
Wednesday's brighter plan pushes the air back up to around 54. Winds will be light. It dips again overnight to 38 when clouds roll in.
Thursday brings back toastier conditions, both sunny skies and a high near 62. Clouds will hover over Thursday night's sky, when things cool off again to 39.
A Sunny Friday brings mild air, but up to near 52.